In his novel “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, Douglas Adams envisioned a giant supercomputer named “Deep Thought” that was built to solve the answer to the ultimate question of… Continue reading The Difference Between Reporting and Analytics is 42
In the recent announcement outlining the SharePoint integration strategy on the SQL Server Reporting Services Team’s blog, there was a statement that was almost hidden that I think deserves more… Continue reading Completing the Microsoft Reporting Roadmap
Yesterday, Microsoft made official what many, including myself had been suspecting ever since the release of SQL Server 2016 – that SQL Server Reporting Services Integrated mode would not exist… Continue reading The Future of Report Integration with SharePoint
The answer to the SQL Server Reporting Services Integrated vs. Native mode question used to be very simple. Once upon a time, if you had a SharePoint environment, you would… Continue reading SSRS 2016 – Integrated or Native Mode – Which one should you use?
This past week, on March 24 2016, My co-host Jason Himmelstein and I had the privilege of hosting Kay Unkroth and Gregory Appel from Microsoft on our monthly BI Focal… Continue reading Where we are with the BI Workload in SharePoint 2016 – BI Focal #4